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All My Friends Are Drummers is about connection and conversation with the diverse array of drummers that host Kevin Gaudet has in his cosmic orbit. Conversations focus around the big ideas, insights and spiritual growth that drumming and music can create. Kevin's guests show just how many ways those ideas and insights might be gained - from absurd and funny to sober and poignant.
 
A podcast from two professional drummers talking drums, music, musicians, and the entertainment industry. We resource topics that are important to all musicians along with interviews from drummers and industry professionals. Each show includes special segments on gear, underrated drummers, and great drum tracks. We're here to inspire, illuminate, and motivate...we like to have a lot of fun too.
 
My name is Dan Wilding, drummer for the band Carcass. I'm obsessed with podcasts, drums and extreme metal. I've been lucky enough to make some very cool friends in my time as a professional drummer. This podcast is a good excuse to talk to some of my extreme drummer friends about being an extreme drummer! Please enjoy these nerdy chats! Blastbeats for life :)
 
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There’s a rich history when it comes to Jazz music and few know that history as well as George Fludas, a second-generation Jazz drummer from Chicago. Heavily immersed in Jazz ... more The post 625 – George Fludas: Crossing Over appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
If you’ve spent any time on Instagram, no doubt you’ve come across a post by the great Ash Soan. Amassing 215K+ followers on the Instagram would be a feat in ... more The post 624 – Ash Soan: Show Your Work appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
Like all of us, I’ve been influenced by so many amazing drummers over the years. Many of whom I’ve had the pleasure of having on the podcast. But there are ... more The post 623 – Nick’s Five Favorites appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
It’s hard to classify Trevor Lawrence by genre or even by title, so I’ll leave it at Musician. The highly acclaimed Lawrence is a drummer, DJ, producer, songwriter and much ... more The post 622 – Trevor Lawrence, Jr: An OG’s Perspective appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
Bass Drum Sliding forward? Not anymore! Wes Keely Solved a classing Drummer problem with KBrakes. Wes and I talk about where the idea came from and what it took to get KBrakes where it is today. We talk about the hunt for the perfect splash, his years of touring at an early age, Why he plays his crash differently, His go to gear, our shared experie…
 
This episode originally aired on May 14, 2018Jim Bogios, the longtime drummer of Counting Crows and Bay Area native is no stranger to success as a drummer. Getting started at ... more The post 621 – Jim Bogios (Counting Crows): Preparation Meets Opportunity appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and m…
 
Ulysses Owens, Jr can easily be described as a Renaissance man. Equally accomplished in music and business, the world famous Jazz drummer has masterfully blended the worlds of art and ... more The post 620 – Ulysses Owens, Jr: Sustaining Success appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industr…
 
Southeastern Michigan's own Brian Smith talk to me about how he became "Super B". We talk about how he overcame major injuries to his hands, using Jiu Jitsu and becoming heathy, ultimately letting his body and mind heal. We talk about how Years of music retail (and a lot of energy drinks) helped him become a better drummer, our Love for Meijer, and…
 
Today I’m speaking with Marty Chatrin. Marty is pretty much moving towards legendary status in the punk and metal scenes of Western Canada, as you’ll hear. He’s 59 years old, but still as peppy and motivated as ever. He’s contributed to the development and advancement of countless bands since the early 80s, and as a result, has some pretty amazing …
 
Every year I sit down to chat with my buddies Matt and Zack from Working Drummer to talk about our careers, the state of the industry, and whatever is happening ... more The post 619 – Roundtable Discussion: Drumming Podcasts, Career Choices, Choosing Happiness and more appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest d…
 
Jost Nickel, who’s well known for his work for Jan Delay and Disko No. 1 over the past 15 years, isn’t one for sitting around waiting for the phone to ... more The post 618 – Jost Nickel: Take Control of Your Career appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
Today I’m speaking with Samantha Landa. Sam is the drummer in many diverse bands, but punk and metal are the dominant threads of her style. Some of her projects include death thrashers Dead Asylum, metalcore outfit Conquer Divide, and punk rockers the Anti-Queens. We get into how she is able to juggle so many different projects from so many differe…
 
The Nashvilledrumcoach himself talks LP Hacks, Growing up in Tulsa then moving to Nashville. We talk about his gear and how he loves making inexpensive drums sound perfect! We go on a beautiful tangent discussion about Race and Faith. And we wrap it up with a Chops vs. Jobs discussion and a "Does this spark joy?" mentality. This convo was special a…
 
Steve Gorman was always a drummer, even if he didn’t start playing until he was in college. The longtime drummer for The Black Crowes grew up in a house filled ... more The post 617 – Steve Gorman (The Black Crowes): No Safety Nets appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
Stepping into someone like Ed Soph’s shoes to take over his famed drumset department at UNT is no small task, but few are better equipped for it than Quincy Davis. ... more The post 616 – Quincy Davis: Creating Originality appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
In Episode 10 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I speak to the legendary Donald Tardy of Obituary! Like some of my other guests Donald truly needs no introduction! As the power house drummer behind one of the greatest and most legendary death metal bands of all time, he has more than proved himself as one of the greats of the genre. Donald has a trul…
 
This conversation today is with Andrew Scott, and it was so very enjoyable. Andrew is an incredible session musician based out of Toronto these days, where he lives with his wife Jenie and their brand-new baby daughter. It was a treat to talk to Andrew about all the baby stuff, as we were both blessed with the arrival of little girls at close to th…
 
Nathan talk about how he switched from a touring drummer to a Crew guy and producer/engineer and what sound guys want to hear from a Drummer! We talk about being at the Vegas festival shooting in 2017, Star Wars Legos, Beer, and Drums! Also he made me bleed once.โดย BoomChuck
 
Tal Bergamn may look the part of a rock drummer, but that’s a stigma he’s been focused on dispelling his entire career. The Israeli born drummer started his studying at ... more The post 615 – Tal Bergman: Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
In Episode 9 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I speak to James Stewart, drummer of Decapitated, Vader, Sermon, Divine Chaos + many more ... James is a truly incredible extreme metal drummer. Combining intense speed and stamina with groove and creativity, all to seemingly effortless effect. James made his name when he joined polish extreme metal lege…
 
Today's episode is with Kevin Parkinson. Kevin is a drummer and percussionist, Grant MacEwan Music Program alumni and spiritual seeker, among a great many other things. This was a lovely chat, and it was quite amazing to hear about Kevin's profound and deep relationship to listening, music and sound. They talk about: the pros and cons of music scho…
 
Carter McLean, the longtime Broadway drummer (Lion King) and groove monster behind acts like Charlie Hunter has no doubt caught your eye already. As someone whose the envy of a ... more The post 614 – Carter McLean: Authenticity is Everything appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry p…
 
Scott talks about how Fishing, Foraging, and how being outside makes him be a better Human and a better Drummer. He hints at upcoming things he's doing! We talk drummer flip flop and hoodie business ideas. And Finally the point to all this is... Don't be a ............!โดย BoomChuck
 
In Episode 8 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I speak to Dirk Verbeuren, drummer of Megadeth, Cadaver, Brave The Cold, Bent Sea, Scarve, Tronos + many more ... Dirk truly needs no introduction, starting as the drummer for French technical metallers Scarve and now serving as the drummer for the legendary Megadeth, he has proven that his drumming chop…
 
My guest today is David Shoults; he was a wonderfully kind and gracious interlocuter, and is well-positioned to have his finger on the pulse of the frontiers of relaxation music, and how it is being consumed. One of the main focal points of his work these days is heading Little Symphony Records, an all-digital record label that leverages the massiv…
 
Mateo and Chris Talk about Playing everyday you can and wherever you can, reversing his rack Toms to break his "fills" up, showing his "big hands" to everyone in the room, And how important showing Love and giving Hugs are important to the human race! and Beards.โดย BoomChuck
 
This episode originally aired on October 13, 2014 In this episode I chat with the great Dom Famularo who is one of the most well-respected drummers in the world. Dom ... more The post 613 – Dom Famularo: Embracing Change appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
In Episode 7 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I speak to Marthyn Jovanovic creator of the well known educational courses Bass Drum Mastery and Single Stroke Mastery and more recently his online drum school The Drum Technique Academy. Marthyn is a unique force in the extreme metal drumming world, at one point he was a very busy live and studio drumme…
 
Today I am speaking to Mallory MacKay, who is just about the most crushing stoner/doom drummer you could ever hope to come across. We definitely share a deeply felt desire to access and produce an aesthetic of power, heaviness and intensity, and it was great to attempt to use words to describe a feeling that, done properly, should annihilate words.…
 
This episode originally aired on December 15, 2014 In this episode I chat with the man, the myth, the legend…drummer, Mike Clark. Mike is widely regarded as one of (if ... more The post 612 – Mike Clark: Playing with Musicality and Purpose appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros…
 
In Episode 6 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I answer your listener questions. After my guest this week needed to reschedule I decided to do a Q and A episode and answer as many of your questions as possible. I initially set myself a time limit of an hour, but as I like to ramble and there were so many questions, it ended up being longer ... and I …
 
On this episode I am speaking with Marek Tyler. Marek and I have known each other a few years, practiced yoga together, and played at least one festival together. One of his main projects is drum duties for the band nehiyawak, who were shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize in 2020, but as you’ll hear, he’s got a few other very interesting irons i…
 
Jeremy and I talk about His New Adventure into Drum Building, His bands Blue October and Harvard of the South, How he got started, Our love for Yamaha, Getbackup.TV, And how we could get an Oreo Placement!โดย BoomChuck
 
This episode originally aired on April 18, 2016 In this podcast I talk to Dave Dicenso, who has played with a slew of artists including: Steve Morse Band, Cro-Mags, Hiromi, ... more The post 611 – Dave DiCenso: Overcoming Rhythmic, Mental and Physical Roadblocks appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers …
 
In Episode 5 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I speak to Dan Presland of Ne Obliviscaris, Vipassi and A Million Dead Birds Laughing. Dan is a super creative, power house extreme metal drummer. He has a really unique style and combines crazy stamina and endurance with multi pedal ostinatos and polyrhythms all mixed with the speeds you'd expect from e…
 
British session and touring drummer Chris Whitten has made quite a name for himself over his 30+ year career, finding early commercial success providing drums for the classic 80’s hits ... more The post 610 – Chris Whitten: You Are the Company You Keep appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music …
 
In Episode 4 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I speak to Adrian Erlandsson of At The Gates, The Haunted, The Lurking Fear, Nemhain (Ex - Cradle Of Filth, Ex - Paradise Lost, Ex - Brujeria) Adrian needs no introduction. A legend in many senses of the word. I have been a huge fan of his since I started drumming and getting into metal as a teenager. Hi…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with John Newton. John is always a joy to speak with, and that certainly carried over into the conversation you’re about to hear. He’s been so many places and done so much, and has such a rich wealth of experience and wisdom that he’s generously willing to share. It will take me a long time to sort through al…
 
Jay Mumford is the personification of the saying “it’s never too late.” Growing up as a son of music aficionados, Jay dove deep into the hip hop world, becoming a ... more The post 609 – Jay “J-Zone” Mumford: Age is Only a Number appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
In Episode 3 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I speak to Alan Cassidy of The Black Dahlia Murder. Me and Alan met back in 2014 when we toured together in the U.S. and became drum buddies pretty quick. Watching him every night was a real pleasure. Considering how chilled out Alan is as a person his drumming is frantic, powerful, super creative and in…
 
Today’s episode features a conversation with Ryan Hook, most notably of Baby Boy and the Earthly Delights. Kevin knows Ryan from practicing with him at a yoga studio when they both lived in Edmonton. Ryan has since relocated to Victoria, on Vancouver Island, a perfect place for his silky smooth, reggae-infused jams to be born and make homes in the …
 
Kevin chats with longtime friend and collaborator Sebastien Bolessa. In their conversation, they cover: -drumming as a tool of self-development, healing and understanding mental health -awareness of the physical body in and through drumming -application of ambidexterity -ways of achieving a balanced body and balanced playing -pivotal musical experi…
 
Nir Z has had two successful careers, starting in Jerusalem and developing into a well-accomplished touring and session drummer before leaving Israel to start what seems like a second career, ... more The post 608 – Nir Z: How to Do More with Less appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music indus…
 
Gene Lake could very well be one of the most underrated drummers I’ve ever had on the podcast. An immensely talented drummer, Gene combines the technical prowess equivalent to our ... more The post 607 – Gene Lake: Find Your Own Truth appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
In Episode 2 of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I speak to amazing dude, incredible drummer and old friend Krimh of Septicflesh (previously Decapitated and also a solo artist). Krimh is an incredibly well known name in the metal drumming world and drumming world in general. If you know his drumming you will know why. We have known each other for a lon…
 
Nephew of Miles Davis, Vince Wilburn, Jr, had an interesting childhood to say the least. Being part of Davis’ family definitely had it’s perks, like free records from the labels ... more The post 606: Vince Wilburn, Jr. – Miles Davis and Beyond appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry…
 
When you think of Joe Russo chances are you think of the Grateful Dead, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead or, at a minimum, jambands and improvisational music. Although you’d be accurate ... more The post 605: Joe Russo – Just Be Yourself appeared first on Drummer's Resource: Conversations with the world's greatest drummers and music industry pros..…
 
In the first episode of The Extreme Drummers Podcast I chat to wonderful human and incredible drummer Ash Pearson of Revocation (previously 3 Inches Of Blood). We talk about drumming a lot and our views on musicality, writing and performing. We discuss the music industry in general and how it's changed since we've been in it. We learn about Ash's u…
 
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